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Idioms with Letter B

Babe in the woods: a person who is innocent, naive, inexperienced, or helpless: Back down (from something/someone): to not continue with a threat to do something: Back in the saddle: doing something that you had stopped doing for a while: Back the wrong horse: to support a person or action that later turns out to be unsuccessful: Back-of-the-envelope: approximate, rough, simplified, especially of a calculation, estimation or other reasoning: Backseat driver: a passenger in a car who insists on giving the driver directions. by extension, anybody offering unsolicited or unwelcome advice:

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